Allowing utility managers to reduce the risk of failure
and minimize operating costs
Many utility managers assume the presence of a large water treatment service
company is sufficient to ensure receipt of high quality services at a fair
cost. Recent ownership changes of several of the largest water treatment
companies are consistent with efforts to increase competitiveness and improve
the profitability for the shareholders but are not necessarily consistent
with customer objectives.
- Are your operators properly monitoring your water-based utility systems
to maximize efficiency and minimize risk of failure?
- Or are you waiting for a system failure to measure the current system
- How does your incumbent water treatment supplier compare to industry
We audit water-based utility systems such as influent, pretreatment, boiler,
cooling and wastewater facilities for a variety of reasons, including:
We rank our recommendations based on risk and return on investment, allowing
our audit report to form the foundation for prioritizing corrective actions
by the operations staff. We have recently completed comprehensive audits
of three refineries for a client, including the flagship refinery. - download
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- System reliability - download
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- Operator competence
- Conformance of chemical treatment and monitoring program to industry
- Energy efficiency
- Water conservation
- Water reuse
- Water treatment supplier competence
out what our client says!
We have also completed water conservation and reuse audits for several sites
for a Fortune 100 pharmaceutical company and electric power headquarters.
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large corporations oversight of water treatment programs is provided by
an experienced technical manager known as “the Water Doctor”.